Bachelor Open Day
Visit the Bachelor Open Day on October 6th and learn about our bachelor programmes
Find out about our bachelor programmes
Choose the bachelor programme that suits you best
Registration for the Bachelor Open Day (October 6th) is not open yet.
Do you want to find out about the bachelor programmes of Erasmus University Rotterdam? Do you want to experience the unique campus atmosphere? Do you want to discover Rotterdam? Then visit the Bachelor Open Day.
At the Bachelor Open Day, prospective students and their parents/guardians can join presentations about all of our bachelor programmes. Between sessions current students, alumni and staff are here to answer any questions you may have. And you can explore our campus or get to know the city of Rotterdam during a guided tour.
PAY ATTENTION! The Open Day for Erasmus MC (Medicine, Nanobiology and Clinical Technology) will take place on Saturday, October 20. Do you want to attend a presentation of Medicine, Nanobiology and / or Clinical Technology? Then sign up for the Open Day Erasmus MC. (Presentations are in Dutch.)
High school students (Dutch and international) and their parents/supervisors.
Saturday 6 October 2018
10:00 - 17:00
10.00 - 16.45 Presentations bachelor programmes 10.00 - 11.00 Welcome & orientation for international students 10.00 - 17.00 Information fair 11.00 - 16.00 Bus tour 12.00 - 16.00 Campus tour
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA Rotterdam
Presentations about the Bachelor in Liberal Arts & Sciences, Erasmus University College will take place at our city-centre campus:
Erasmus University College
3011 HP Rotterdam
Transportation between Woudestein Campus and EUC Campus will take approximately 30 minutes.
Because of heavy traffic and limited parking, we recommend that you use public transportation to get to the Bachelor Open Day.
Lois Kooij (18, Switzerland): "Liberal Arts and Sciences seems interesting"
"My mother is Dutch and I live in Switzerland. I'm currently taking a gap year. Next year, I'll start studying. In the Netherlands, because education is better here. Some family members live here as well. Liberal Arts and Sciences seems very interesting. I've visited that session this morning. In that study programme, you can combine maths with social sciences."
Sef Custers (16, Hilversum): "At least I do know what I'm definitely not going to study"
"Pretty tough, making the right study choice. At least I do know what I'm definitely not going to study: medicine. I can't handle all the blood. That's not my thing. Today, I'm trying to figure out what I'm going to study. My subjects are beta, alpha and economics oriented. The latter suits me well. In that case, Rotterdam seems like the right option. IBA seems interesting. I've been to a lecture and that fascinated me."
Caitlin Kong (16, The Hague) "Today, I'm going to take a good look around"
"There is no need for me to make the choice today, because I’m not in my last year of high school yet. However, I think it is smart to be well on time. My brother is also studying in Rotterdam. I really like the city. It’s large, has nice shops and bars and it’s close to The Hague. I think it’ll be an International Programme, something with Economics. I’ll take a good look around today."